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IRELAND

The Minister for Sport, Shane Ross, has met with the Attorney General to decide what form an inquiry into the Olympic ticket debacle may take.

Lawyers in the North have begun a legal challenge to Brexit. Papers were lodged with the High Court in Belfast on Friday seeking leave to apply for a judicial review.

A criminal investigation has been launched after a man's grave was dug up in Tallaght in Dublin.

A man has been arrested in connection with an attempted armed robbery at a bank.

A study, carried out by Millward Brown on behalf of Liberty Insurance, has revealed the enormous amounts of time we spend on our gadgets each day.

Sinn Féin has suspended a party member after he allegedly made contact with a witness to an inquiry into the North's largest ever property deal.

WORLD

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Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump's campaign chairman Paul Manafort has resigned.

The city of Nice, still shaken by last month's deadly extremist attack, has joined a growing list of French sites to ban the body-covering burkini swimsuit.

RIO OLYMPICS

LATEST: Rob Heffernan has finished sixth in his bid for another Olympic walking medal, finishing just off the podium in the men's 50k walk in Rio.

LATEST: Athletics Ireland captured a great moment after the men's 400m hurdles final in Rio yesterday featuring Irishman Thomas Barr.

ANALYSIS: With panoramic views of the white sands of one of Rio de Janeiro’s longest beaches and not far from the Olympic Park, the five-star Windsor Marapendi hotel was an obvious choice for delegates from the International Olympic Committee.

BANTER: The Olympic boxing scandal continues to run and run - and now the Foil, Arms and Hog lads have given it their attention.

SPORT

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UEFA has opened disciplinary proceedings against Celtic after some supporters displayed Palestine flags during their Champions League qualifier against Israeli side Hapoel Be'er Sheva.

Dublin's Eoghan O'Gara has won his appeal against the red card he received during the Dubs' quarter-final win over Donegal.

BUSINESS

Ford intends to mass produce fully autonomous cars – without steering wheel or pedals – within the next five years.

A $100m (£76m) settlement between ride-sharing app Uber and some of its drivers has been rejected by a US judge.

LIFESTYLE

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There is no such thing as the ‘male brain’ or ‘female brain’, yet there is still a gender disparity in take up of STEM subjects, writes Michelle Murphy

ANALYSIS

Vladimir Putin is an irrational, dangerous leader and the West will have to deal with him sooner or later, writes Alexander Motyl

VIRAL

An Irish collective looking to explore what really matters to people living in Ireland has found almost 40% don't feel cherished in Irish society but the majority still feel proud to call Ireland their home.

Ireland (thankfully) doesn’t have much in the way of the fraternities and sororities common in US colleges. And after watching this video, we couldn’t be happier that it’s never caught on here.

TECHNOW

GAMING: The mind bending platformer Fez has been quiet for a long time but now it's got a new mode for speedy sorts to try out.

MOVIES/TVWell you can't suggest that Voyage of Time: Life's Journey doesn't have big ideas. This documentary wants to show the birth of the universe, the arrival of man and what the future might hold, all in 90 minutes.

TECHTwitter is trying to fight back against trolls and its latest update will help users limit what notifications they see.

SHOWBIZ

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Louis Walsh has slammed Strictly Come Dancing, insisting it’s “boring.”

MOST READ RIGHT NOW

The Minister for Sport, Shane Ross, has met with the Attorney General to decide what form an inquiry into the Olympic ticket debacle may take.


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